Hampton Terrace Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Terrace Bed and Breakfast Inn Lenox
Travel Blogs from Lenox
... on goodies. Our Heath visit was a smooth current of dialog interspersed with scrumptious Jo cooked, gourmet meals and perambulations traversing the rolling countryside. At times, it feels like we are snuggled in the comfy essence of an L.L. Bean catalog scene.
All too soon, it is time to leave the comforts of Heath and return to the Cape. Tearing up as we say our ...
... dead battery, call MTC, she is quicker than AAA!
On our way out of Stowe, we stopped at the Waterbury Cabot Cheese Creamery factory outlet. Maura and I helped ourselves to the myriad of cheese samples. Our taste test revealed Seriously Sharp as our #1 choice, even though we macked down alot of the premium cheeses: Farmhouse Reserve, Alpine Cheddar and Everything Bagel.
The drive down to Western Mass was smooth sailing ...
Started the day by venturing upwards. Way upwards. Visiting hallowed Hanks/Ryan country. The Empire State Building. Magical stuff. The sun was shining so making our views stunningly beautiful. Worth making the trip across town for. Then onto the car hire place to pick up our ride for the next week. Hardly an American Classic (Ford Fiesta??) but it's enough for us. Then back across to Chinatown in possibly the most crazy car drive I've ever experienced. Americans drive fast ...
Norman Rockwell was probably the greatest illustrator of twentieth century in America, depicting patriotic themes during war and small town life – some real Americana. Rockwell's work was mostly from an era before mine, and Rockwell died in 1978. But I can still relate to some of his illustrations from memories of my youngest years - the families praying, a Thanksgiving gathering, small town main streets, and some his later works from 1960s era of addressing ...
... State Plaza is still impressively large but was kind of bleak looking on a cloudy day. Built in the 1970s when modernism was in vogue and New York’s public spending ambitions were extravagant, it consists of five towers of state office buildings, a wide open area with reflecting pools between the state capitol building at one end and a cultural center housing the New York State Museum among other things at other. Monument and memorials and abstract art ...